The Women’s Community health Network WA seeks your input into the Sexual and Respectful Relationships Project Survey
The Women’s Community Health Network WA (WCHN) is promoting a Sexual and Respectful Relationships Project survey. The survey is part of a project to increase awareness in Western Australia around the impact of pornography on young people’s expectations of sex and sexuality and the role pornography plays in facilitating and normalising violence against women. The impact of pornography on young people’s relationships makes it a key violence prevention issue for the Women’s Community Health Network.
The project was initiated by a group of young women and will continue to be driven by them with the support of WCHN and women’s health centres across Western Australia.
WCHN is asking young women aged 18 to 30 years to complete an online questionnaire on the topic of pornography. Your information will remain strictly confidential and will be used to inform research into the impact of pornography on young women in Western Australia. The questionnaire closes on the 1st of March, 2016. To access the questionnaire please follow the link: Sexual & Respectful Relationships Survey
In addition to raising people’s awareness the survey will also support efforts to improve Sexual and Respectful Relationships Education in Western Australian schools to enable young people to achieve healthy and respectful relationships.
The survey coincides with WA Sexual Health Week which is held 8th to 14th February 2016.
For further information regarding the survey contact Dr Alison Evans, Executive Officer, WHCN on 0435 135 016